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adjunction

Adding something to property in such a manner that it loses its independent identity.

Example: Personal property consisting of boards and nails will become part of the real estate by adjunction when they are used to build an addition to a house.

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Community colleges should make an effort to connect with their adjunct faculty as well.
Using adjunct faculty enables our campuses to be flexible and responsive based on student demand for various classes," he said.
There is a fairytale being floated around that all colleges and universities are swimming in vast oceans of money and treating adjuncts well is merely a function of, for instance, redistributing money from bloated administration to the adjunct ranks," says Schneider, who is also a law professor at Tulane University in New Orleans.
The work of Adjunct Action Network, the outreach arm of the Service Employees International Union, offers promise.
We re proud of the adjuncts for sticking together during this drawn-out process, and our union hopes to sit down at the table with Duquesne s administration to begin bargaining as soon as possible, said USW International President Leo W.
This model involves a comprehensive orientation followed by pairing experienced full-time faculty mentors with adjunct faculty who have similar course assignments.
To avoid the added costs, at least two dozen colleges earlier this year cut the number of courses taught by adjuncts in order to keep them below the 30-hour threshold, according to media reports.
Another key to creating a positive adjunct faculty experience is the creation of a one-stop-shop resource center for adjunct instructor support.
This business school is accredited by the AACSB; hence care is taken to ensure that all new adjunct faculty qualify as either academically or professionally qualified.
The tools developed for the second program included CEU's, notebooks with pertinent information, an adjunct faculty evaluation document, and an evaluation tool for the workshop.
In experiments, the investigators evaluated four Swiss cheeses that had been manufactured in duplicate with three different adjunct Lactobacillus species, as well as a control that had no adjunct cultures.
Part-time adjunct instructors have taught on college campuses since the 1960s.